F1 JORDAN UNDERTRAY – Martin Brundle – Albert Park – 1996
Posted: 18th April 2015
Posted in: Memorabilia
Martin Brundle split his Jordan in two on the opening lap of the inaugural 1996 Australian Grand Prix at the Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit.
In his maiden outing for the Jordan team, Martin Brundle had what is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular accidents in the history of Formula 1.
Under braking for Turn 3, David Coulthard swerved across the track, and the gap in front of Brundle disappeared in an instant. Launching off the back of Coulthard’s McLaren and Johnny Herbert’s Sauber, Brundle’s car flipped upside-down before landing and barrel-rolling along the gravel trap.
Footage at http://media.theage.com.au/system/ipad/aus-gp-1996-the-martin-brundle-crash-5257557.html AND AT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ausUoOEeGHc shows the Jordan actually splitting in two, yet from all of this Brundle was able to emerge unscathed. Murray Walker exclaimed that it was the “miracle of miracles”.
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Also see companion piece – Martin Brundle’s 1996 race suit listed in this category.